Ps V Ftp

    • LemOn36
      LemOn36
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      Joined: 07.02.2009 Posts: 1,356
      Hello guys, which site would you reccomend?

      I dropped down the stakes since I got a full time job and I am grinding NL25 again.


      How does the RB at FTP compare against Supernova RB at stars when you can't wait for the large FPP volume bonuses?

      ( I got Supernova status at Stars and at roughly 140k VPP, too far away from the 200k VPP milestone)
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    • KidPokersKid
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      Joined: 27.02.2009 Posts: 653
      code:
      VIP stopnja		9-max NL (1$/2$)	9-max NL (2$/4$) 
      SilverStar		        15,1%	                 11,8% 
      GoldStar		        24,5%	                 19,2% 
      PlatinumStar	         	26,6%	                 20,8% 
      Supernova1 100k – 199k		37,6%	                 29,5% 
      Supernova2 200k – 299k		40,4%       	         31,7% 
      Supernova3 300k – 399k		43,3%	                33,9% 
      Supernova4 400k – 499k		46,2%	                36,2% 
      Supernova5 500k – 599k		49,2%	                38,5% 
      Supernova6 600k – 799k		51,1%	               40,0% 
      Supernova7 800k – 999k		52,8%	               41,4% 
      SN Elite 1M		        85,6%      	            67,1% 					 
      VIP stopnja	9-max NL (5$/10$)	6-max NL (1$/2$)	6-max NL (2$/4$)	6-max NL (5$/10$)
      SilverStar	13,0%	11,9%	10,0%	10,7%	14,8% 
      GoldStar	21,1%	19,4%	16,2%	17,5%	27,2% 
      PlatinumStar	22,9%	21,0%	17,6%	19,0%	27,5% 
      Supernova1 100k – 199k	32,4%	29,7%	24,9%	26,8%	35,9% 
      Supernova2 200k – 299k	34,8%	31,9%	26,8%	28,9%	38,3% 
      Supernova3 300k – 399k	37,3%	34,2%	28,7%	30,9%	40,7% 
      Supernova4 400k – 499k	39,8%	36,5%	30,6%	33,0%	43,2% 
      Supernova5 500k – 599k	42,3%	38,8%	32,6%	35,1%	45,7% 
      Supernova6 600k – 799k	44,0%	40,3%	33,8%	36,4%	47,3% 
      Supernova7 800k – 999k	45,4%	41,7%	35,0%	37,7%	48,8% 
      SN Elite 1M	73,7%	67,6%	56,7%	61,1%	68,4%



      AT ft you only get a solid 27% return as long as you aren't using ur fulltiltpoints or playing in freerolls/GTDs
    • silent21
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      Joined: 08.08.2008 Posts: 1,556
      you should take in consideration that the average player in stars is some level below the average player in FTP. after all the winrate is much more important than the rakeback
    • KidPokersKid
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      Originally posted by silent21
      you should take in consideration that the average player in stars is some level below the average player in FTP. after all the winrate is much more important than the rakeback
      what is the logic behind this... the sheer size of stars compared to FT?
    • silent21
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      Originally posted by KidPokersKid
      Originally posted by silent21
      you should take in consideration that the average player in stars is some level below the average player in FTP. after all the winrate is much more important than the rakeback
      what is the logic behind this... the sheer size of stars compared to FT?
      because of the RB deal and also the very good for multitabling software FTP is overpopulated by 9-16 tabling regs who in fact are playing not so bad. there are alot of regs even on NL25 because when u 9 table 8h a day NL25 you can make a living
    • THeGaME23
      THeGaME23
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      Joined: 12.10.2009 Posts: 398
      Originally posted by silent21
      Originally posted by KidPokersKid
      Originally posted by silent21
      you should take in consideration that the average player in stars is some level below the average player in FTP. after all the winrate is much more important than the rakeback
      what is the logic behind this... the sheer size of stars compared to FT?
      because of the RB deal and also the very good for multitabling software FTP is overpopulated by 9-16 tabling regs who in fact are playing not so bad. there are alot of regs even on NL25 because when u 9 table 8h a day NL25 you can make a living
      I can't wait to get to NL25, only $50 to go...
    • KidPokersKid
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      Originally posted by silent21
      Originally posted by KidPokersKid
      Originally posted by silent21
      you should take in consideration that the average player in stars is some level below the average player in FTP. after all the winrate is much more important than the rakeback
      what is the logic behind this... the sheer size of stars compared to FT?
      because of the RB deal and also the very good for multitabling software FTP is overpopulated by 9-16 tabling regs who in fact are playing not so bad. there are alot of regs even on NL25 because when u 9 table 8h a day NL25 you can make a living
      maybe I should change platforms after hearing this :f_eek:
    • iamblueandurmine
      iamblueandurmine
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      Joined: 11.07.2008 Posts: 130
      I thought PS had more multitabling regs than Full tilt because of the higher max tables (24 instead of 16) and the length of time given to make decisions on the non-fast tables, correct me if im wrong though.
    • KidPokersKid
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      Originally posted by iamblueandurmine
      I thought PS had more multitabling regs than Full tilt because of the higher max tables (24 instead of 16) and the length of time given to make decisions on the non-fast tables, correct me if im wrong though.
      this is what I would think,,, and also that the grinders get more value out of the supernova ranks because of milestone bonus' and such